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Lower-for-longer conditions are driving capital into property markets. But persistently low interest rates are also a concern for real estate investors and lenders.
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The winners of the Real Estate Capital Awards 2019 demonstrated creativity against a backdrop of challenging market conditions.
Deal
An ESG-linked debt facility, a co-living loan, and the conditional financing of a retail landlord were among this month’s key transactions.
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Real estate investors say limited land supply is holding back the development of the urban logistics sector.
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Macroeconomic tailwinds supported lenders stateside in the last three months of 2019.
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Many expect a ‘Brexit bounce’ in UK property investment. But real estate finance professionals are unlikely to get carried away.
Green financings, an insurer-bank collaboration and a UK PRS financing were among the standout debt deals closed this month.
Writing a cheque
Strong institutional demand for more risk plays into the hands of non-bank property lenders.
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The year has already brought interesting developments in the areas of fundraising, M&A, flexible workspace and green finance.
Lending against income-producing residential assets, retail repurposing, and greater scrutiny on sustainable finance will be important topics for Europe’s property lenders this year.
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